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safe. a couple of guys behind the scenes who help cal run the cal ripken, senior foundation are on coffee with talking about a new national policy for child-based nonprofits that the ripken foundation is putting forward. foundation is putting forward. >>> it is the bottom of the hour. some is light rain is making its way through the region. sharon is watching the roads, marty has the radar over at first warning weather. >>> as a matter of fact, here's first warning doppler weather radar. let's take a good look at this. this is a warm front heading our way. there's light shower activity. that's not the end of it. let me widen this out for you and just show you really how much is is potentially out there. i think we stand a threat of a couple passing showers through at least the middle part of the midday. it's getting warm. here's that warm front. look at that. 50 degrees in oakland. a week ago they had snow. 48 degrees on tv hill. it's 6 warmer than this time yesterday. 62 at lunch with variably cloudy skies on its way to a high of 63 this afternoon. don, take it away. >>> t
at the cal palace is the first. the show becomes more controversial with yesterday's shooting at lax. we have the story. >> reporter: during the last year crossroads of the west gun shows attracted over 400,000 customers. crossroads of the west is billed as the biggest gun show in the country. this is state property and the state has no problem with the shows. let the decision making -- this spring, a state senator mark leno proposed a bill that would have required both san francisco and san mateo supervisors to approve gun shows at the cal palace. both went on record opposing the gun shows. if the bill became law, that would be banned here. the legislature passed the bill but governor brown vetoed it. the bill's owner said it was not good for the state. >> it would cost about $1 million to replace the revenue the gun show creates for the state. >> the show comes in the weak of the shooting in los angeles. a gunman fired a rifle killing a tsa agent and wounding several others. now again, the question of banning high-powered weapons. templeton the answer is not about guns. >> until we address
, the big gun show at the cal palace is the first. the show becomes more controversial with yesterday's shooting at lax. we have the story. >> reporter: during the last year crossroads of the west gun shows attracted over 400,000 customers. crossroads of the west is billed as the biggest gun show in the country. this is state property and the state has no problem with the shows. this spring, a state senator proposed a bill that would have required both san francisco and san mateo supervisors to approve gun shows at the cal palace. both went on record opposing the gun shows. if the bill became law, that would be passed here. legislature passed the bill but governor brown vetoed it. the bill's owner said it was not good for the state. >> it would cost about $1 million to replace the revenue the gun show creates for the state. >> it comes in the shooting of the shooting in los angeles. a gunman fired a rifle killing a tsa agent and wounding several others. now again, the question of bang high-powered weapons. templeton the answer is not gun. >> until we address the underlying issues of m
. unbelievably well. >> two frightening encounters. what cal ripken is saying about his mother vi. i'm jessica cartal yeah the story on -- kartalija, the story on wjz. >>> thousands of workers information stolen. details on the breach. and if anyone was at risk. >>> at the harford county community college. i'm mike schuh. the parents who lost their daughter to a texting and driving accident, helped to change maryland law. why they're now turn their attention to help this community college. when eyewitness news returns. >> and here's today's report from wall street. we will be right back. ,,,,,,,,, >>> 5:30. 71 degrees and mostly sunny. good evening. thank you for staying with wjz eyewitness news. here are some of the stories people are talking about tonight. police say a man stole the personal information of thousands of baltimore county workers. wjz is live. linh bui explains how he accessed that sensitive data. hi, linh. >> hey, kai. police have not yet identified the suspect. but we do know he worked for a contractor, hired by the county. >> reporter: the men worked on computers in baltimor
, centers for medicare and medi-cal. the rollouts of the are website has been a disaster, her responding to that question, and they now say the problems have been fixed, and that they are taking more of a waints approace approach. meanwhile health and human services secretary katherine sebelius will receive grilling also, her first appearance on capitol hill since the website launched on october 1st. there are members of congress calling for her head on a platter. >>> the nation's top intelligence leaders are going to be facing top questions when they head to capitol hill today. james clapper the head of national intelligence head keith alexander are both set to testify before the house intelligence committee, erica ferrari has our story. >> a bipartisan group of lawmakers, curtail the national security agency's indistric indiscriminate,. >> james sensenbrenner. , provides stronger restrictions against who the nsa can target when it comes to spying and require the government to delete information it collects accidentally, more aggressively than it does now. the bill reportedly has a doze
cal network. katie: how do the galvanize the group and launch into action in such a short time period? >> we depend on home depot foundation which provides all of the tools and equipment. motorola solution which is gives us the radios we need to communicate with. the veterans live around the country. we pull in as many as we can after that response. katie: this has been incredibly important for all of the veterans that are involved. >> it is huge he important. when you take off the military uniform you lose three things, purpose or mission and community or identity. it is those three things we give back. katie: i know mike you are a retired marine. your son, michael jr., was also a marine. >> yeah. >> michael jr. was tragicly killed in afghanistan in 2008. helping with the relief efforts for sandy was particularly meaningful for you, wasn't it, mike? >> yeah. yeah. excuse me. atie: it's ok. i miss my son every day. and i get a chance to work with guys that served right next to them in iraq like ryan. being a retired marine i have also lost some of the things hat william just talked ab
. the board has not voted on it, but the add a 2¢ tax for every ounce of a drink that has more than 25 cals, and is less than 50% juice. that means set the price of an average can can go up 24¢. >> the group " california for food and beverage choice " issued this statement. saying that californians have rejected these attacks as before. calling such proposals on unnecessary, wasteful distractions from serious policy making the group wants to say that education and physical activity are among the better health strategies. >> there is trouble in nils for wine lover spread the industry is experiencing an under supply of nearly 300 million cases a year. that is not enough to keep with the worldwide demand, according to reports from morgan stanley research. global production dropped by more than 5% last year mostly due to bad weather and france and argentina. america consumes 12 percent of the world's wine but produces just 8%. of the world's wine but produces just 8%. >> we will be right back. [ female announr ] we eased your back pain. ♪ ready or n. [ female annouer ] ...so you can be up th
anybody not from kansas should do oz cal goerall. >> those folks worked hard to go down the yellow ]. road. end of the day when they got there and pulled back the curtain, they found there was nothing that they didn't already have. and, as we pull back the curtain on affordable care act, they're finding it's not exactly what they worked so hard to find their way to as well. >> mr. chairman, i would look to remind the committee that the wizard of oz is not a documentary. now, all of this talk of dorothy and toto and yellow brick road and yet unborn kathleen sebelius on a tricycle was all because the secretary of health and human services spent most of her working life in kansas. >> kathleen sebelius is former governor of kansas. okay. well you are not in kansas anymore-thee. you are in the big time. >> and nothing, i mean nothing makes you feel you are in the big time more than the number of times members of congressmention the wizard of ozzen a wic ein a important hearing. when our little girl was born, we got a subaru. it's where she said her first word. (little girl) no! saw her first da
to start with my first guest. is the most remarkable thing about her that she started college at cal berkeley at 16 or she's so start the marine corps came to her
. because they created a mat mat cal equation, it results in the number zero of civilians killed. >> also, the frequency of these attacks, josh, in one three-month period you report american troops staged 1700 night raids. we don't hear about that but we do hear about on friday a drone strike in pakistan killed a taliban chief mehsud. that's created with i won't say great celebration but a positive. american public hears about high-priority targets eliminated but rarely the civilian casualties, the way the drone strikes undermined american credibility overseas. >> the unanswered question about scope actually goes to the case the white house makes about this. when you say this is a smarter way of waging war, you can compare it to policy under bush administration september 11th attacks where we engaged in two full scale ground wars in iraq and afghanistan putting 100,000 american troops on the ground and probably leading to hundreds of thousands of deaths in iraq due to ensuing chaos and civil war. this is a strategy that has a much smaller footprint that i have to assume involves fewer civ
cal family and clinton political family had come so far it was something they were willing to take a look at. they were right it didn't happen. they were right results didn't argue for going forward. make no mistake they looked at it because of the perilous political position the president found him in at that point. >> john, one of the points that's just fascinating you both bring up is the trip the president makes to his hometown chicago he's home, makes a rare trip to his house. get you to respond. now alone in his old house for just the third night since he had become president he started rummaging through boxes, digging, digging until suddenly he found it. a small nour plan panel paper booklet the world had never seen before. on the front gynecological hospital, in honolulu. on the back was a picture of a hawaiian queen on the inside page were his name, his mother's name and his date of birth. does it suggest the birther controversy was weighing on him more than he ever let on, more than we knew? >> absolutely. at that point in time you recall donald trump was making a big dea
quick note here. cal tran system about a half hour delay due to earlier equipment problems. right here, 101 southbound starting to loosen up. we many a crash just past willow. that's where the red zone is. but it's starting to loosen up. that crash has cleared just south of university. meanwhile, heading up toward oakland, still have the late slowing for north 88. we look over here toward the toll plaza. no big deal. back to you. >> thanks, mike. much more local news coming up at 11:00. hope to see you then. ♪ >>> all right. we're back on this funday monday. getting you caught up on all things hollywood. jenna bush hager is here helping me do a fantastic job. >> it's fun. here to fill us in on celebrity scoop, my man, rob chuter. >> hello. >> all right, rob. let's talk about chris brown. >> this is a big story. >> what is wrong with him? >> over the weekend, he was caught in a brawl in d.c., in the wee hours of the morning, 4:30 in the morning, he got in an altercation outside the "w" hotel. a very fancy hotel in d.c. he was arrested, taken away. >> what did he say before, i just wan
outside and play because i'm scared. >> joining me now, ronnian cal lick covering the story. ronnia with a welcome for anyone who did not see the complete testimony from the children and their father, how compelling was their story? how was it received on the hill? >> well, they traveled 7,000 miles to come and tell congress about the drone strike that killed their grandmother and only five members of congress attended. so but the five members of congress who did attend almost all apologized to the family for the strike. and testimony was heartbreaking. it was very moving, as well. it brought congressman alan grayson to tears as well as several other people in the room. and i think it's really important for really all americans to see this because this is the first time that drone strike victims have been able to directly address congress and the american public. and to actually put a face on the people who are being impacted by this program. >> ronnia, did you get any answers as to why only five of our elected officials were there for that testimony? >> well, congressman gray son s
notes. he said he would be here. willie, mike barn cal in new york and joining us here at the table in washington, we have -- >> eight people. when sam comes back we can play softball. >> okay. >> can we do match game or something? >> all right. we have the host of msnbc's "hardball," chris matthew, the author of "tip and the gipper." and chief white house correspondent and host of daily run down, chuck todd and msnbc political analyst and former chairman of the republican national committee michael steele. >> we have a lot to talk about. chris matthews, the president has been hit with a one, two, three regarding the affordable care act, one the website that we've been talking about for a long time. number two the "l.a. times" article talking about the sticker shock effect which actually will have more of an impact probably in the long run and thirdly, lisa myer's report talking about those assurances the president talked about people getting insurance not ended up being true at the end. the white house seems to be in a position they need to get out in front of all of these stories.
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